Finance jobs in the public sector
The Department for Work and Pensions is seeking a Senior
Finance Manager to fill a full time, permanent position in
Leeds. A successful candidate will become a high profile
leader of a specialist finance team, to develop new solutions
for planning and performance across DWP – you will be at the
very forefront of finance and investment decisions as they are
This candidate must have strong communication skills, the
ability to express complicated financial concepts to
non-accountants and implement change, and full CCAB
qualification, or international equivalent. Apply for this job
on http://www.guardianjobs.com -- you will need to register
first in order to see it.
Work in the City of London as a Finance Officer, through the
recruitment office of Robert Walters. This is a permanent
position starting at a salary of £20,000 to £23,000 per annum.
The person hired will be responsible for management of
day-to-day transactions, petty cash, monthly reports, budget
preparations and more, and must possess or be in the process
of acquiring a recognized book keeping qualification such as
AAT or ACCA, and a part qualified accountant. Three to four
years of overall accounting and month end reporting experience
are preferred. For more information, you may contact
firstname.lastname@example.org and ask about Job Reference
Here is another ‘crossover’ job in finance/housing; the
Metropolitan Housing Partnership is seeking Assistant
Management Accountants to join a team of management
accountants providing advice and support to the Business
Finance Manager of the Metropolitan Housing Authority. Post
holder will help produce budgets and management accounts and
assist in preparing business plans. S/he will help prepare
year-end reports and the Associations Statutory Accounts.
Applicant for this position is expected to be a part qualified
accountant with accounting system experience, possess IT
skills including competence in MS Office and Oracle Financials
system or similar software. Ideally, the applicant will also
have experience in the field of social housing finance.
Benefits include 27 days annual leave, 8 bank holidays, and a
contributory pension. The salary is projected to begin at
£31,896 – £34,083 per annum depending on experience. Apply at
the MHP website, https://www.mhpjobs.co.uk/pages/pre1.aspx?jobId=2486.
It is important to remember that all jobs listed in the public
sector require the applicant to be free to live and work in
the UK. This requirement is satisfied by citizenship in
European Union countries but the requirement is flexible
enough to provide many ways to qualify for citizens from other
places. You should check with the Home Office website, http://ukba.homeoffice.gov.uk/
to find out ways to qualify.
For nationals of other countries to work in the UK requires a
work permit. In order to acquire a work permit, you must first
secure a job and then your employer will arrange a work permit
for you, but only if it can be proved that no resident
national can be found for the job.
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